Where Computers and Classrooms Meet – Policy Successes and Struggles in South Korean Education Reform

    By Charleen Chiong (@CNCharleen), University of Cambridge The tides are turning in classrooms in South Korea. In the 1960s, a wave of industrialization swept the young republic, causing rapid economic and educational growth. The roots of Confucian philosophy remain: the community places a high premium on education, and the system is rigid and hierarchical, … Continue reading Where Computers and Classrooms Meet – Policy Successes and Struggles in South Korean Education Reform